Translation of Haitian in Spanish:

Haitian

haitiano, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈheɪʃɪən//ˈheɪʃən//ˈheɪʃ(ə)n/

adjective

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    haitiano
    • It has been used, over the years, in American university linguistics departments, as well as to help train diplomats who will go on to deal with Haiti, and is now being studied in Haitian schools.
    • Fusing the traditional rhythms of the Caribbean with contemporary song structure, this Haitian band - all 12 of them - offer up an all - singing, all-dancing slice of Vodou rock.
    • People here all have negative ideas about Haiti, but Haitian culture has a positive side.
    • Unfortunately, this is not an uncommon sentiment in the Dominican Republic, which is frequently criticized by international human rights groups for its abuse of Haitian workers.
    • By 1803, Napoleon had more pressing concerns closer to home to occupy his mind; he decided to recognize Haitian independence from France, if Toussaint were to retire from public life.
    • More than that, we have to project a multiculturalism that makes it clear that we can translate it all - Arabic, Ghanaian Twi, Haitian patois and other languages.
    • But a legacy of dependency on Haitian labour is matched by a stubborn ideology of racism, through which Dominicans are taught to despise the people who do the work that no self-respecting Dominican would do.
    • The Canadian party received US $150,000 annually from the Soviets throughout the 1970s and 1980s and was used to funnel funds to Haitian communists.
    • But a storm on Monday forced the Solie River to burst its banks, sweeping away a neighbourhood of wooden shacks built by Haitian migrants working in Jimani.
    • He expected to see cases of tetanus soon and said he, another Haitian doctor and a handful of Argentinian army medics cannot cope with the scores of people needing treatment daily.
    • There were exorcisms and holy-rolling - Haitian voodoo by another name - as people writhed and convulsed on my parents' floor.
    • In fact he is another perennial presidential candidate, delighted to have the chance to burn precious artifacts linked with voodoo and other aspects of Haitian culture - and to do so in full view of the international press.
    • Because many Haitians are often forced to squat in uninhabited areas of the island to maintain anonymity, I wanted to shed light on the untold horror stories of Haitian migration.
    • Last week's festivities were held to mark 200 years of Haitian independence from France - creating the world's first African republic.
    • Montreal's Haitian community is particularly strong, and on Wednesday, Sept.21, the line-up for a series of events celebrating Haitian culture was unveiled.
    • I first had to learn the language and find a way into Haitian society.
    • Gunfire erupted after a convoy of Haitian police and Brazilian peacekeepers entered the slum on Sunday afternoon in trucks, in a mission that police said was aimed in part at removing roadblocks.
    • After a last evaluation I made during a meeting with the person in charge of Haitian security in Port-au-Prince, and the person in charge of American security, the truth was clear.
    • The arithmetic of Haitian health care is simple.
    • ‘When I was working as a model from '92 to '98, I was the one and only Haitian girl working,’ she says.

noun

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    haitiano masculine
    haitiana feminine
    • And should there be a flow of Haitians into Florida, Florida voters may be looking for someone to pin the blame on.
    • 200 years ago, thousands of Haitian slaves staged a successful armed revolt against a much larger French occupying force, becoming the first and only successful revolution of enslaved people.
    • The lower class is most often black, descendants of the African slave population or Haitians.
    • The intended beneficiaries of the appeal were not starving Somalis or hungry Haitians.
    • Our ancestors who came to this land in much the same way that the Haitians are coming now would neither expect nor accept any less from us.
    • Even worse conditions exist in the sugar-cane plantations that employ Haitians and Dominicans of Haitian descent.
    • She says Haitians sometimes view Haiti through two extreme prisms.
    • But the Dominicans have twice as much land and many times more jobs, and they need Haitians to work on their farms and construction sites.
    • Many Dominicans, whatever their skin color, view Haitians as African, and unlike themselves.
    • I don't think I'm overstating when I say that Haitians just love a good story.
    • However, the Haitians seemingly placed equal emphasis on nonphysical components of health and illness.
    • Duvalier, whose regime was responsible for killing tens of thousands of Haitians, welcomed the landing of US Marines.
    • The story hobbles through the feelings and thoughts that the recent history of the country must give to Haitians, and we sense a missed opportunity.
    • At city hall, we were swallowed into a crowd of thousands of Haitians waving signs and screaming demands for justice.
    • The Haitians won their independence early in the nineteenth century.
    • Meanwhile, Bourque hopes to win Haitians back by promising his mayoral salary to the fight against gangs, a big issue among Haitians.
    • He is pleased the works are available to Haitians living here but agrees their use in Haitian schools is the most important accomplishment.
    • The eight million Dominicans have twice as much land and many times more jobs than the eight million Haitians, whose economy is going nowhere.
    • France was a safe haven for many educated Haitians, and only a few middle-class Haitians chose to go to the United States.
    • We won preliminary court relief, requiring that the Haitians be afforded counsel before repatriation to Haiti.